Solidium is the cornerstone of the MDF product line from Del-Tin Fiber and is ideal for table tops, contoured door panels and drawer fronts as well as other profiled components requiring precision part manufacturing. Highly refined fibers and a consistent core provide excellent machinability and clean, sharp edges for cutting and drilling applications. Solidium also delivers all the surface characteristics for outstanding finishing results. Smooth and even surfaces provide an excellent substrate for painting, printing or the application of veneers and laminates while machined edges accept edge-banding reliably. Solidium consistently delivers a solid performance from start to finish.
|Usage:||Interior use only||Thicknesses:||3/16" - 1"|
|Raw Material:||Southern Pine fiber||Widths:||To five feet|
|Lengths:||To sixteen feet|
|Minimum Panel Averages||<3/8"||>3/8" to <1/2"||1/2" to 3/4"||>3/4"|
|IB - Internal Bond (psi)||110||100||90||85|
|MOR - Modulus of Rupture (psi)||4,050||4,050||4,050||4,050|
|MOE - Modulus of Elasticity (ppsi)||405||405||405||405|
|Face Screw Hold (lbs)||NA||NA||250||250|
|Edge Screw Hold (lbs)||NA||NA||225||225|
|Thickness Swell (max)||.087"||15%||15%||15%|
|Length & Width: (for each panel)||± 1/16"|
|Squareness: (per 1 ft. of length)||± 1/64"|
|Straightness: (per 2 ft. of length)||± 1/64"|
|Thickness: (within panel)||± 0.005"|
|Thickness: (panel to panel)||± 0.005"|
The Composite Panel Association (CPA) has certified the El Dorado, Arkansas, manufacturing facility of Del-Tin Fiber, LLC to be in compliance with the requirements of CPA ECC 4-11 for Eco-Certified Composites and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Airborne Toxic Control Measure 93120.
Solidium MDF exceeds the standards for CARB Phase 2 compliance.
ECC CERTIFICATION STANDARD
In addition, the Composite Panel Association has certified that Del-Tin Fiber, LLC has fulfilled the requirements of CPA ECC 4-11 for Eco-Certified Composites by demonstrating compliance to these four environmental criteria.
- Carbon Footprint – requires each panel to demonstrate net carbon storage
- Local and Renewable Resource – requires high percentage use of local fiber
- Recycled/Recovered – requires high percentage use of recycled/recovered fiber
- Sustainability – requires low percentage of fiber furnish to enter waste stream
Review greater detail of the ECC standard and a link to the Del-Tin Fiber, LLC certificate on our ECC certification page.
Solidium MDF can also contribute toward credits in popular environmental certification programs such as LEED, Green Globes, NAHB and CARB. Visit our green contributions page for more information.